I’m on Central Texas Gardener talking about water-saving gardens

I’m on Central Texas Gardener this week! Huge thanks to producer Linda Lehmusvirta and host Tom Spencer for having me on to talk about my new book.

The show airs on KLRU, Austin’s PBS station, this Saturday at noon and 4 pm and again on Sunday at 9 am. Central Texas Gardener also airs on PBS stations throughout the South and Southwest, so check your local programming. But no need to wait for my portion of this week’s show, which you can watch right here!


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Hold the Hose! Join me for my kick-off garden talk for my new book, The Water-Saving Garden, on February 27, at 10 am, at The Natural Gardener nursery in southwest Austin. My talk is called “Hold the Hose! How to Make Your Garden Water Thrifty and Beautiful,” and it’s free to the public. Afterward I’ll have books available for purchase and will be glad to autograph one for you! Dress for the weather, as the talk will be held in the big tent outside.

Have you watched my zippy new book trailer?

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17 Responses

  1. gina Harlow says:

    Congrats on your TV fame, Pam!

  2. All so exciting! Congratulations!!! Have the book on pre-order and looking forward to your ideas and information.

  3. Melody McMahon says:

    Pam, so fun to see you on CTG! I’m glad you have this added platform to tell others about ways to conserve water. Just yesterday I had a dying tree cut down and instead of hauling it away had it positioned where it will hold water from running off our property. Every bit helps!

  4. Sherry says:

    I really like your ripple zones concept. Makes good sense.

  5. It was wonderful having you on again to talk about this fantastic book and all your superb ideas!

  6. Xericstyle says:

    What a great segment. I loved seeing you, and hearing your awesome ideas, as always! Congrats :)

  7. Indie says:

    Congratulations! And such beautiful water-thrifty gardens! Such advice is so needed in parts of the country now.

  8. Gail says:

    Watching this now. You did a great job.

  9. Les says:

    Great job, Pam! I hope it sell many books.